London - Imperial College London School of Public Health

The Imperial College London School of Public Health contributes to achieving better health in the population through:

  • Strengthening epidemiology and public health research
  • Training the next generation of public health leaders
  • Influencing health policies and programmes around the world.

Obesity, cancer, heart disease, dementia and infectious and parasitic diseases are among the major global public health challenges in the 21st Century. Imperial’s School of Public Health, under the Directorship of Professor Elio Riboli, is committed to improving health in populations throughout the world.

The School of Public Health is unique in combining world-class research at local, national and international level with translational work within the Academic Health Science Centre in Imperial College Healthcare Trust. The School combines world-class research at the local, national and international level, translating science and epidemiology into policy, health education and primary care. Together with its research, teaching and evidence-led policy work, the School of Public Health aims to address the major public health challenges of the 21st century.